well-being and how you feel day-to-day. Over time, poor indoor air quality can affect your health in a number of ways, including headaches, an increase in allergy symptoms, stuffy noses, congestion and irritation of your eyes, nose and throat. Of course, no one wants to put up with all of that when a solution is already in place and so easily attainable.
Keeping the air in your home shielded from pollutants isn’t difficult, and you may be surprised at the difference clean air can make in your health and your mood. Whether you realize it or not, there are actual gases and particles that are released from a variety of things like common household cleaners or paint, and when you start compiling all of these, your indoor air quality can be affected. Pair these with ventilation problems and it doesn’t take much to start noticing bigger issues with your air quality.